Medical Marijuana Business Directory

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MANTIS Ad Network
MANTIS is the largest and most advanced cannabis-friendly marketing platform in the world. Built for display, native, and video. The company works to connect industry-leading brands with their desired audience across more than 500 digital publications in the niche. As of 2017, MANTIS influences more than 35 million people per month. Advertisers can run strategic display, content, and video advertising campaigns, reaching millions of targeted readers while effortlessly tracking their ad spend and campaign’s performance. The MANTIS ad network caters to CBD / hemp companies, licensed cannabis dispensaries, delivery services, and infused products, as well as ancillary …
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Parents 4 Pot
Parents-4-Pot is a dedicated voice for all families who support the end of hemp and cannabis prohibition. The organization strives to defeat the social stigma surrounding adults who use cannabis responsibly. They support a parent’s choice to use medical cannabis to treat their children’s illnesses. Parents-4-Pot helps families with cannabis related issues through education, direct action and organizational support.
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Marijuana Policy Project (MPP)
The Marijuana Policy Project was founded in 1995 in Washington, DC. The founders were members of NORML, but felt the organization should be more proactive. In turn, they broke away and started the MPP. In the time since its inception, the Marijuana Policy Project has garnered support from a number of influential parties and their advisory board includes celebrities like Jack Black, Bill Maher, Adrienne Curry, and Jesse Ventura. They have been instrumental to a number of changes in cannabis policy at the state level and aims to have the same effect on a national scale.
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National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA)
Founded in 2010, The National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) is a trade organization for the cannabis industry. It serves to provide canna-businesses with a voice in Washington, D.C. The NCIA is led by industry leaders with the intent to speak for the needs of the rapidly-growing cannabis industry. Additionally, they allow members to choose who will serve on the board of directors with annual elections.
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International Congress on Clinical Trials in Cannabis (CT-Cann2019)
CT-Cann2019 is an international meeting that brings together leading researchers, clinicians, industry professionals and other related experts to discuss ways of improving current research strategies in this rapidly evolving field. Topics include basic and clinical methodologies, regulatory and legal issues, pharmacological considerations, and technological advancements related to cannabinoid administration.
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Zelda Therapeutics Medical Marijuana and Autism Consensus
  This symposium is a science-focused seminar of medical professionals with experience in potential benefits/risks associated with the use of medical marijuana to treat a range of behaviors in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Dr. Rachel Levine, Secretary of Health for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, will present an update on the PA MMJ Program; preliminary results of the current Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia observational study examining the landscape of current medical cannabis use in ASD will be highlighted. There will be international experts presenting information on autism and treatment with medical cannabis. Parents/caregivers of children diagnosed with ASD who have …
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The 6th Annual New England Cannabis Convention
The annual New England Cannabis Convention in Boston is attended by cannabis growers, consumers and business cultivators across the region. Last year the event boasted an attendance of over 9,000 people. NOTE: Legal CBD products and seeds are available for sale, but NO THC CANNABIS products of any kind will be displayed/gifted/sold.

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Rob Kampia
Executive Director of Marijuana Policy Project (MPP)
Rob Kampia is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Marijuana Policy Project. He was born just outside of Philadelphia, PA and went on to be named valedictorian of his high school graduating class. While attending Penn State University, Kampia served three months in prison for growing cannabis for personal use. Two years later, he was elected student body president. Kampia moved to Washington D.C to work with the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) just three days after his graduation in 1993 . He then formed the Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) with Chuck Thomas and Mike …
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Malik Burnett, MD
Dr. Malik Burnett is a physician advocate who completed his medical and business training at Duke University. He believes that a public which is better informed about the science behind cannabis will be able to use cannabis safely and experience its many benefits. He is currently a Policy Manager in the Office of National Affairs at the Drug Policy Alliance in Washington DC and a contributor for Medical Jane.
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Scott Reach
Founder of Rare Dankness
Scott “Moonshine” Reach, the founder of Rare Dankness, is no stranger to breeding. He has been a staple in the online growing community for over 10 years. In fact, he is also the man behind Moonshine Seeds, which was available on sites such as Overgrow and Seedbay from 1999 – 2007. He serves as a consultant with RiverRock Wellness in Colorado as well. Reach discontinued Moonshine Seeds after seeing several friends get arrested and one commit suicide. After that, he disappeared from the online forum community and “dedicated some time to real life.” Reach went on to open a Colorado …
Portrait of Matt Price
Matt Price
Matt Price is the founder and CEO of Medical Jane, LLC., responsible for Medical Jane’s platform and overall network vision. Inspired by helping others, Matt strongly believes it is everyone’s right to have the option to self-medicate. He views cannabis as a wellness product and is continually focused on learning more about the medicinal benefits of marijuana.